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WHAT IS DZOGCHEN?

What Is Dzogchen? ‘Dzogchen’ is a Tibetan word for natural, pure consciousness. What is the practice of Dzogchen? To realise it. How? Drop any meditation. Why? Dzogchen is what we already are. And it isn’t a practice. We are Dzogchen. … Continue reading

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SOMETHING NOT RIGHT?

Something Not Right? Something not right? How do we know that? There is only one reason: perfect consciousness is the ever-present, innate blueprint of life. When we ignore this for something more interesting, we wander off-plan. The plan is that … Continue reading

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STOP MEDITATING WHEN …

Stop Meditating When … Stop meditating when you recognise that there is just seeing (pure consciousness) taking place. Merely relax and rest there. All the senses are wide open, as pure perception is present. The outcome of this is that … Continue reading

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TO BEGIN, WE HAVE TO KNOW WHERE WE ARE GOING

To Begin, We Have To Know Where We Are Going and that is non-dual awareness. Non-dual awareness means there are not two. Dzogchen/Mahamudra/Maha Ati is non-dual awareness. It is not a practice; it is the outcome of practise. It is … Continue reading

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NON-DUALITY

Non-duality. When appearances and emptiness are seen as arising simultaneously, that is non dual awareness. The words on this page are seen by virtue of the clear, white paper. They arise simultaneously! It’s the same with appearances in the mind. … Continue reading

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